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and light industrial which expands the service and light industrial zoning soght of harrison street to accommodate the arts and the entertainment. we offer the first major expansion of entertainment opportunities to be included in any community plan. folsom street, a neighborhood commercial corridor, safer for pedestrians with more community serving businesses and improved transit. the final eir for the western soma concluded "in general it's anticipated that future development under these revised zoning controls will result in more cohesive neighborhoods throughout the planned area. new development within the draft plan area specifically would exhibit greater consistency and land use and building types and clearly defined residential neighborhoods, commercial corridors, and high terk industrial and pdr uses .". i want to express my gratitude first among the city family to paul letter, cory teague and the rest of the planning department staff. to chester fong in the transportation authority. to lily and megan wall in the department of public health, supervisor jane kim and beyo
harrison who is also receiving this award tonight. karen harrison is a registered nurse and clinic manager at the native american indian center in oakland and a member from a tribe here in california. she started out as a medical assistant in 1985 with the native american health center and went on to get her registered nurse degree so she's been with the health center for 27 years and 21 of those years she has been a registered nurse. [applause] karen has greatly contributed to the native american health center and sharing her knowledge and wisdom with the whole agency and this goes out to the community as well and serves as a chair on the advisory community and board member of the friendship house and coached american indian children in the tribal athletics program and known as the coworkers as the patient whisperer and when there is a patient that is angry or agitated she is always successful in calming them down. she is a mother and her with her family tonight. can all her kids wave? and she is here with her sister and lots of friends and now we're going to see a video about her. >>
first of all,, i heard you say something about north of harrison it seems it to me, that they should be eligible anywhere in the district including the area south but most of them are north and north of hair south but it it would seem to me that the whole point is allow them the flexibility to develop what they need to be viable and if they happen to be in a district that is more restricted than it used to to be i'm to the sure what you are saying in your proposal. >> sure so again, that the s o i and to a even greater extent sally even though's not a pd r district it's designed to function as a pd r district and to a great end decent the neighborhoods were not granted the same fleck act for historic buildings because of competing goals and the preserve thing the competing goals in that district went out and that was the proposal in had area too is that one of the incidentses between s o i and sally is that the small caveat for offices and housing with removed rebe removed and the other differences is on the map and i will show you that again and basically everything south of harr
. especially if you look north of harrison street on this map there are more buildings than not by a good many that are eligible because they are a contributor to a potential district, and that was why there was i policy call to not use the same . this is being introduced to be permitted in some ways on folsom street and ninth and tenth street but this would open up the area north of harrison and the primary area for development in western soma for substantial office development, so that gives you a little background and information, but we wanted to again provide a few options so the first option is what we have currently proposed which is essentially article 10 landmarks, designated buildings, and it would require that they be designated. again there are few who are currently designated but there are more that could be if they went through the process and currently under the code the land use flexibility you get is to have office or in the rad additional retail. the second option which was raised before as well is what is currently employed in soma, which is article 10 landmarks, article 1
the eagle staff at this time. be shout out to larry harrison for taking care of our eagle staff. you maybe seated. calling up to the podium at this time michael lupdtin and vice president of the marketing and branding for this station. >> hi everyone. can you hear me? hello everyone. i am from kqmd and i wanted to welcome you to this eighth annual indian heritage celebration. we are honored to be honoring four heroes from the community who have tirelessly worked throughout the year to provide the kind of service that admissible media is about and engaged community and robust heritage is about. nominated by community leaders they have worked at the grass-roots level and share the highest values we all share. as a public supported media organization we are committed to this and in november we are celebrating american heritage indian month with special programs on our television channels including kqed and plus and world. many are provided by native american public television which is actually an organization that produces indian producers and countries with partnership with public te
shortly there after. last and not least is the picture of the grand opening of harrison park and car go lane bike lanes both of which we have seeshed a lot of great compliments on and people are out there using them today and with that i'm available for any questions thank you. >> clean woods? >>> good afternoon commissioners conmarine woods water front den son, i want to thank for all of his hard work the blue green white project if you have not been down to harrison park since the new entrance went in, please go, it's absolutely beautiful. the bay front park shore line is has really opened up that park from the boulevard for people to use all of these projects really connect people with the water front. and they are very important and without the support and david's leadership, they would not have happened. i know that you will all worked hard to get to 2012 bond. i'm hoping that you can find some other money to do the north east work plaza's so we don't have to spend our bond minute on that and we can move it back down to the southern water front to help finish up crane copark
store on north harrison streets in arlington. >> we are here at the north harrison safely in arlington. and this is my home neighborhood safeway so i feel at home. we joined up with safeway and the capital area food bank to join the help us end hundred food drive. it is part of our great grocery giveaway. for every 10 shares on facebook we were able to donate a bag worth $10 of food to the capital area food bank. here is proof that we are following through on our commitment where we have 50 bags full of food. we can take apart one of the bags in the second but i have marked mccaffrey of the capital food bank, >> there is 50 backs from channel 7 and that will make a difference. this time of year especially, there are a lot of neighbors really struggling out there to put food on the table. it is a time where we don't just think about families but we think about others. the donation of food, the basic human need, is just incredible. >> i was at the capital area food bank when we launched the this one month ago and the need this year and over the last couple of years has been increasing. >
firm is in western soma along 11th and harrison. i am here because i found out about the new sally zoning and that clearly restricts any architecture or design professionals to move from where they are right now and especially people that want to move into western soma. it's ideal because we're close to the building department. my business has been there for nine years. i'm a local enterprise and agency company so i think if you -- you must allow architects and design professionals to be part of the sally zoning. it would total exclude us. i am here because i am a resident are harrison and 11th street corner which has that zoning issue that was just talked about. we were not notified of any redeveloping where they wouldn't allow residential until last month and we read it on jim meeko's blog on november 12. we tried to attend a november 15 meeting. we would love, love to have more residents in the neighborhood. i am also the architect for the businesses that recently closed down on 12th and howard and 12th and folsom. they were bars and had licenses. they closed. i know t
on some of the major affairs and harrison there is more work to be done and i think what they tried to do is capture a lot of those ideas in the zoning for this parcel which is the m u g zonings and they recognized that in order to get a lot of what they wanted in terms of community benefit out of this project is give something and in this case the give is the height increasing to 65 feet. so, our contribution to the plan overall, i have tied to put more of the important plans on there and very early on, tare rennes allen told us that if you can take all of western gnoma and put it in a bleeped deer and power it in an r and r site, that that is what he would like too see happen. and so, i think what he meant was that, i should make sure that i'm not introducing complicate into the ally ways because that was happening a lot and so we tried to be very careful about what we did along gordon and along winkle and mark solomon for those of you who remember him told us in a subtle way that wanted to see trees grow higher and -- talked about art space often and quickly in the way that he does an
seven years learning the sitar. his fame quickly spread. it was george harrison who sought him out as part of his own spiritual quest which made him truly famous in the west. >> he is the only person who did not try to impress me. it was by his being he taught me so much without actually saying a word. it is by example. >> he has become one of the dearest people in my life, and i love him like my son, but we are at the same time great friends. >> george's sit are playing made its way into the beatles' own music. -- sitar playing made its way into the beatles' own music. shankar played at george harrison's concert for bangladesh in new york. he preferred to keep his distance. >> i could have made billions by now, but i never thought of that. i wanted to keep the sanctity of music. >> two of his daughters became musicians. the jazz singer nora jones and a sitar player like her father. >> what is great about my relationship with him is we have a father daughter relationship. we have a teacher and student relationship and are also musical collaborators and perform together, so it is a
travis. 1 hand hammer he had 14 points. travis they have a pair of star. harrison twins, aaron off glass that over time 15 seconds left in o t. there's harrison again with lay up. 26. travis up 1. gordon for the tie. deep 3. in and out. holds on over time victory 56-53. 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> thank you larry. >> yes. well up next how one of the most famous piano in history can be yours. >> we have that story for you >> we have that story for you writ after >> all right when you wake up first thing tomorrow morning make sure you have the lirs on. it's a cold morning. low 30's to the mid 40's certainly dropping below freezing in our inland valley to the east bay inland valley under a frost advisory 2 to 8:00 a.m. frida friday. by 8:00 a.m. only mid 30's to mid 40's. there's a chance of a few light showers. mike will be here with complete updates in the morning. >> thanks very much. >> now look what's buzzing. >> if you are a if of casablanca now is the chance to play it again. one of the 2 piano featured in the classic will be auctioned off in
of star. harrison twins, aaron off glass that over time 15 seconds left in o t. there's harrison again with lay up. 26. travis up 1. gordon for the tie. deep 3. in and out. holds on over time victory 56-53. 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> thank you larry. >> yes. well up next how one of the most famous piano in history can be yours. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocol
that item w has to do with revoking the no left turn on 5th street on harrison. it does not have anything to do with hayes street. >> okay. so, we have, mr. yee, you want to respond to that, please? >> good afternoon, mr. chair, members of the board, mr. reiskin. vaughan yee from stainable streets. let me address the sixth street toll item first. that was as you remember, a pilot project that the board approved on october 17th, 2011 as part of a pedestrian safety enhancement program that we were undertaking. as you know, sixth street in this corridor, is very noted for -- it's higher than average pedestrian and collision accident history. so, the proposal was to test pilot a removal of the tow-away on the east side of the street for the blocks from folsom to market to allow parking there during the peak. and it had several benefits. one is that it physically narrows the street a little bit to allow a shorter crossing distance for the pedestrians crossing sixth street. it provides a very useful and beneficial buffer between moving vehicles and pedestrians on the sidewalk. and if successful
. an old picture from 89 in a lot of rain for the inauguration of benjamin harrison. 1945 this was franklin d. roosevelt's fourth inauguration. the war was going on. he was ill. everything was moved to the white house and he took the of have one of the balcony is there at the white house. so you know that fdr had for inauguration's. here's my trivia. you can impress your friends. barack obama is about to tiny franklin d. roosevelt record. how could that be? roosevelt was inaugurated four times. well, we already know obama was inaugurated twice. the inauguration in january this year falls on sunday, so there will be a private ceremony on sunday, there will take the oath then. public on the next day january january 201st, his fourth. that is what happens when inauguration day falls on sunday here is eisenhower on january january 20th 1957 which was sunday, private ceremony. inaugural address, very old picture. this is from 1865. this is abraham lincoln's second inauguration. a very famous speech they're in which he said with malice toward none and charity for all. 1933 franklin d. roosevelt,
't be the only place for fireworks tonight. annapolis will have its own annual fireworks show. don harrison reports tonight's show almost didn't happen. >> reporter: a fireworks show almost didn't happen this year. like most cities, annapolis is on a tight budget but local businesses stepped up and rescued them. >> that's what being part of the city is all b everybody joins together, picks up the burden and helps out. >> reporter: fireworks are tradition for 4th of july and new year's eve. it will continue because business owners like this one. >> people look at annapolis as a historic traditional american feel. they want it come downtown and have a good time. part of my job, i believe, as a business or merchant downtown is to help be a part of that. >> i think it's awesome. it's great that the community is pitching in. >> reporter: people who have been coming could not imagine annapolis 2013 without fireworks. >> this wouldn't be as image jal. >> reporter: annapolis will be having two fireworks displace tonight. one at 7:30 north young are crowd and, of course, the second one at midnight.
. don harrison explain what the labor dispute means for us. >> reporter: the port is one the main economic generators in the state of maryland. we have it over 14,000 jobs at this port. 1500 of those are ila labor jobs. those union long shore men could walk off the job sunday morn figure a new contract isn't settled. unions say it'll shut down the two largest terminals at the port where cars, farm equipment and cargo containers delivered. the port administration hopes a work stop age can be avoided. >> we are again hopeful that there will be an agreement before the deadline. we are going forward with our plans to accommodate if that agreement isn't met. >> reporter: the port administration is working on a back up plan. part of it would open two terminals only open during the week to business on the weekends. >> we want to make sure we can get as much cargo moving as possible leading up to the work stop age. . >> reporter: as issue are the usual wages and health care but one major sticking point is container rayalties. they were put in place in the 60s. both sides are supposed to
the street. because of that anne arundel police are trying to make the streets safer. abc2's don harrison has more and details on another pedestrian death. >> reporter: last night a man lost his life on this stretch of highway. glen burnie resident james mon shore was struck and killed while walking along the highway. he was hit on the boulevard exit coming off of route 60 east ahead heading into -- heading into annapolis. the driver did stop and the initial report showed pedestrian error. police do not know why he was walking. however, they know he was at a hospital earlier in the day. lt. david ennis is the commander of the traffic enforcement division. today a new program called 35 to save lives. he wants patrol officers to make it saver for drivers and pedestrians. >> concentrating on five behaviors. >> reporter: they hope this will make a difference overtime. >> it's building blofnlgt each month we'll concentrate on a different strategy. >> reporter: if upfind your -- you find yourself backing around traffic -- >> use the crls walks, obey the pedestrian signals. more importantly at night
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